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It is 15: 30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

 

[1] Chinese officials have ordered thousands of people to flee a village close to the center of the recent earthquake. The official Xinhua News Agency says landslides resulting from the earthquake have blocked parts of the Qingzhu River. Officials are concerned that water from the river will cause a nearby lake to flood the area. Xinhua reported that officials in Beichuan county want to explode part of the lake's sides to reduce some of the water level pressure. Chinese officials now say nearly 29, 000 people have died because of the earthquake.

 

[2] An underground passageway at a hydroelectric station collapsed Saturday in southwestern China. It is not clear if the collapse was linked to the earthquake on Monday. Eight workers are trapped in a tunnel in the Dayingjiang hydropower station in Yunnan Province. The Xinhua News Agency says rescuers heard /the/ voices behind the wreckage. This could mean at least some workers survived.

 

[3] Diplomats in Burma had a controlled visit of the Irrawaddy Delta area Saturday. The visit comes after international criticism of the Burmese military for borrowing aid groups from providing emergency supplies. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown criticized the military for what he called inhuman treatment of over two million storm survivors. Burmese state media say the number of dead and missing people from Cyclone Nargis is more than 133, 000. This number almost doubles earlier Burmese estimates. Also Saturday President Bush extended economic actions against Burma's military government for one more year. He said the restrictions would not affect/ aid going to victims of the storm.

 

[4] The leader/ of /the/ Zimbabwe's main opposition party will not return home as planned Saturday because of security concerns. A spokesman for the party says it has received information about a plot to kill Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr. Tsvangirai has been out of Zimbabwe since presidential and parliamentary elections in March. Official results show he defeated President Robert Mugabe. But he failed to win the majority of votes necessary to become president.

 

[5] Reports from Somalia say Islamist fighters have seized a town after clashes with /the/ government troops. People fled the town of Jilib early Saturday after the heavily-armed fighters took control. Somalia's exiled Islamist opposition has rejected taking part in peace talks with the government. The peace talks began Tuesday in Djibouti. The Alliance for the Re-Liberation of Somalia says opposition members at the talks are not permitted to meet with the government or sign any agreements. The group has also said it will never hold talks with the Somali/ government as long as Ethiopian troops remain in Somalia.

 

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 Chinese officials has ordered thousands of people to flee of a village close to the center of the recent earthquake. The offical Xinhua news agency says landslide resulting earthquake have blocked parts of qinjiang river. Officals are concered that water from the river will cause a nearby lake to flood the area. Xinhua reported that officals in Beichuan country want to explod the parts of lack's sides to reduce some level of the pressure. Chinese now says nearly 29000 people have died because of  the earthquake. An underground passage way at hydroelectric station collapsed on sunday in the southwest of China. It is not clear if the collape was link to the earthquake on Monday. Eight workers were trapped in the tunnel in Diyinjiang hydropower station in Yunnan province. The news agency says rescuer heared the voices behind the wreckage. The could mean that at least some works survived.
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It is 1530 Universal Time. I’m Steve Ember in Washington.

1. Chinese officials have ordered thousands of people to free a village closed to the center of the recent earthquake. The officials from Xinhua News Agency said land slides resulting from the earthquake have blocked parts of the Qingchou River. Officials are concerned that water from the river would cause a nearby lake to flood the area. Xinhua reported that officials in Beichuan County want to explode part of the lake sides to reduce some of the water level pressure. Chinese officials now say nearly 29,000 people have die because of the earthquake.

 

2. An underground passageway at a Haidu electric station collapsed Saturday in southwestern China. It is not clear if the collapse was linked to the earthquake on Monday. 8 workers are trapped in a tunnel in the Daiyingjiang Haidu power station in Yunnan Province. The Xinhua News Agency says rescuers heard voices behind the wreckage. This could mean at least some workers survived.

 

 3. Diplomatic in Burma have a controlled visited of Irrawaddy downtown area Saturday. The visit comes after international criticism of Burmese military for brow 8 groups from providing emergency supplies. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown criticized the military for what he called in human treatment of over 2 million storm survivals. Burma’s State Media say the number of dead and missing people from cyclone Nargis is more than 133,000. This number almost doubles early Burma’s estimates. Also Saturday President Bush extended economic actions against Burmese military government for one more year. He said the restrictions would not affect aid going to victims of the storm.

 

4. The leader of Zimbabwe’s main opposition party will not return home as planed Saturday because of security concerns. A spokesman for the party says it have received the information about a plug to kill Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr. Tsvangirai has been out of Zimbabwe since presidential and parliamentary elections in March. Official results show he defeated President Robert Mugabe. But he failed to win the majority of vows necessary to become president.

 

 5. Reports from Somali say Islamic fighters have seized the town after clashed with government troops. People flat the town of ungerly early Saturday after the heavy armed fighters took control. Somalia’s exiled Islamic opposition has rejected taking part in peace talks with the government. The peace talk began Thursday in Jubute. The alliance for the re-liberation of Somalis said opposition members at the talks are not permitted to meet with the government or signed in the agreements. The group has also said it would never hold talks with the Somali government as long as the Ethiopian troops remain in Somalia.

 

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It is 15:30 universal time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.


1  Chinese officials have ordered thousands of people to flee a village close to the center of the recent earthquake. The official Xinhua News Agency says landslides resulting from the earthquake have blocked parts of Qingzhu river. Officials are concerned that water from the river will cause a nearby lake to flood the area. Xinhua reported that officials in Beichuan county want to explode part of a lake 's sides to reduce some of the water level pressure. Chinese officials now say nearly twenty-nine thousand people have died because the earthquake.

 


2  An underground passageway at a hydroelectric station collapsed Saturday in Southwest China. It is not clear if the collapse was linked to the earthquake on Monday. Eight workers are trapped in a tunnel in the Dayingjiang hydropower station in Yunnan province. The Xinhua News Agency says rescuers heard voices behind the wreckage. This could mean at least some workers survived.

 

3  Diplomats in Burma had a controlled visits of Irrawaddy Delta area Saturday. The visit comes after internation criticism of Burmese military for borrowing aid groups from providing emergency supplies. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown criticized the military for what he called inhuman treatment of over two million storm survivors. Burmese State Media say the number of dead and missing people from cyclone Nargis is more than one hundred thirty-three thousand. This number almost doubles earlier Burmese estimates. Also Saturday President Bush extended economic actions against Burma's military goverment for one more year. He said restrictions would not afftect aid going to victims of the storm.

 

4  The leader of Zimbabwe's main opposition party will not return home at planned Saturday because of security concerns. A spokesman for the party says it has received information about a plot to kill Morgan Tsvangirai. Mr. Tsvangirai has been out of Zimbabwe since presidential and parliamentary elections in March. Official results show he defeated President Rober Mugabe. But he failed to win the majority of votes necessary to become president.

 

5  Reports from Somalia say Islamist fighters have seized town after clashes with the government troops. People fled the town of Jilib early Saturday after the heavily-armed fighters took control. Somalia's exiled Islamist opposition has rejected taking part in peace talks with the government. The peace talks began Tuesday in Djibouti. The Alliance for the Re-Liberation of Somalia says opposition members after the talks are not permitted to meet with the government or signed any agreements. The group has also said it will never hold talks with the Somalia government as long as Ethiopian troops remain in Somalia.

 

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It is fifteen hour thirty Universal Time. I am Steve Ember in Washington.

Chinese officials have ordered thousands of people to flee a village close to the center of recent earthquake. The official Xinhua News Agency says landslides resulting from the earthquake have blocked parts of the QingZhu River. Officials are concerned that water from the river will cause a nearby lake to flood the area. Xinhua reported that officials in Beichuan County want to explode part of lake’s side to reduce some of water level pressure. Chinese officials now said nearly twenty-nine thousand people have died because of the earthquake.

And underground passageway at hydroelectric station collapsed Saturday in southwestern China. It is not clear if the collapse was linked to the earthquake on Monday. Eight workers are trapped in a tunnel in the Dayanjiang high power station in Yunnan province. The Xinhua News Agency says rescuers heard voices behind the wreckage. This could mean at least some workers survive.

Diplomats in Burma had a control visited of Irrawaddy Delta area Saturday. The visit comes after international criticism of Burmese military for bombing aid groups for providing emergency supplies. British Prime Minister Golden Brown criticized the military for what he called in human treatment above? two million storm survivors. Burmese state media say the number of dead and missing people from Cyclone Nargis is more than one hundred thirty-three thousand. This number almost doubles earlier Burmese estimates. Also Saturday president Bush has extending economic actions against Burma’s military government for one more year. He said the restrictions were not affected aid going to victims of this storm.

The leader of Zimbabwe’s main opposition party will not return home as planned Saturday because of security concerns. A spokesman for the party says it has received information about a plot to kill Morgan Tsvangiari. Mr. Tsvangiari has been out of Zimbabwe since presidential and parliamentary elections in March. Official results showed he defeated President Mugabe but he failed to win the majority of votes necessary to become president.

Reports from Somalia say Islamist fighters have seized the town after clashes with government troops. People fled the town of Jurid? early Saturday after the heavily armed fighters to control. Somali’s exile Islamist opposition has rejected taking part in peace talks with the government. The peace talks began Tuesday in Djibouti. The Alliance for Real Liberation of Somali says opposition members at the talks are not permitted to meet with government or sign any agreements. The group has also said it will never hold talks with the Somali government as long as Ethiopian troops remain in Somalia.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

 

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Chinese officials have ordered thousands of people to flee a village close to the center of the recent earthquake. The official Xinhua news agency says lands resulting from the earthquake have blocked parts of the QZ river. Officials are concerned that water from the river will cause a nearby lake to flood the area. Xinhua reported that officials in Beichuan county want to explode part of the lake’s size to reduce some of the water level pressure. Chinese officials now say nearly 29 thousand people have died because of the earthquake.

An underground passage way at HZ electric station collapsed Saturday in southwestern China. It is not clear if the collapse was linked to the earthquake on Monday. Eight workers are trapped in a tunnel in the DYJ HZ power station in YN province. The Xinhua news agency says rescuers heard voices behind the wreckage. This could mean at least some workers survived.

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The leader of Z. main opposition party will not return home as planned Saturday because of security concerns. A spokesman for the party says it has received information about a plot to kill MC. Mr. C has been out of Z. since presidential and preliminary election in March. Officials results show he defeated CM, but he failed to win the majority of votes nessessary to become president.

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